What are the items that I should bring with me because they’re not available (or are too expensive) where I am going?
Due to the wide variety of stores in the area, you'll be able to find almost everything you need. There are even a number of internationally-geared stores, such as Central Market, that offer a huge array of foods, spices, teas and more from all over the world.
No. There are sizes and styles to fit every size and shape of men, women and children.
Typically, expats shop at larger grocery stores such as Albertson's, Kroger and Tom Thumb.
Wal-Mart also operates "super centers" that sell groceries in addition to clothing, house wares and other items.
The more popular stores for household items are Wal-Mart, Target and Kohl’s. There are numerous home furnishing stores such as Sears, Ashley Furniture, Haverty's, The Room Store and Rooms To Go -- to name just a few.
Where you live, price and special needs will affect your shopping habits. Most people prefer to shop close to home, but there are numerous malls and stores that are only a short drive away from any neighborhood.
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